Health care looms over Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court will have to decide whether the health care law is constitutional soon.

The Fiscal Times reported that the Supreme Court will deliver their verdict by June 2012.

The Supreme Court began its new term in early October after a three-month summer break, according to the Washington Times, weighing whether patients and health care providers in the Medicaid program for poor Americans can sue to block a state from cutting reimbursement rates.

The Court's decision could be very important for the justices, defining their upcoming term.

The debate over health care has been very controversial with the recent GOP debates, and Medicaid is a key element in the law's aim of extending coverage to more than 30 million Americans.

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